The Journalism Foundation media monitor, 16 January 2012

‘Sarah Ferguson Guilty Of Good Investigative Journalism’
Jason Farrell of Sky News says that the Duchess of York is only guilty of good investigative journalism as she is charged over wearing a disguise to secretly film in Turkish orphanages

‘What would a Google News Plus Your World look like?’
Nieman Journalism Lab discuss the developments of Google as the site announces that it is transforming “into a search engine that understands not only content, but also people and relationships”

‘Taking a closer look at development journalism’ takes a look at development journalism and reporting from a crisis area

‘Former News of the World employee accused of bribing prison guard’
Matt Nixson, the former features executive of the Sun and News of the World was sacked following accusations that he bribed a prison guard to obtain information about Ian Huntley

‘Fact-checking should be part of how news organizations earn trust’
The Craigslist founder Craig Newmark puts an argument forward that fact-checking is worth the investment

‘Highly Tweeted Articles Were 11 Times More Likely to Be Highly Cited’
A study has shown that articles that have been tweeted are 11 times more likely to be highly cited

‘Nearly half of News of the World’s buyers give up on Sunday papers’
Following the closure of the News of the World last year, nearly 50% of their buyers have stopped buying a Sunday paper

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